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of the late dorothy day, a woman now on the long, complicated path to catholic sainthd. lastall,he u. biops unanimously endorsed day's sainthood cause. day was known for feeding the poor and homeless, for opposing war and injustice and for founding "the catholic worker", which began publishing 80 years ago this year and is still coming out, for a penny a copy. deborah potter is our correspondent. >> reporter: on the lower east side of manhattan, just a few blocks from the bowery, the line forms early outside st. joseph house. four times a week, volunteers make gallons of soup from scratch and each day feed more than a hundred men. >> people here personally emulate christ. i'm not christian, but i could really respect that. >> reporter: donations keep the soup line going. st. joseph's takes no government money. volunteers pray quietly before opening the door to those they call their guests, and they protect their privacy. no pictures allowed once the meal begins. st. joseph's is a house of hospitality run by the catholic worker movement, started i 1933 by dorothy day. born in 1897 to a middl
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